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Dental & Maxillofacial Surgery

Oral health is a key indicator of overall health, well-being, and quality of life. The Department of Dental and Maxillofacial Surgery Meitra provides routine, specialized, and emergency treatments for one’s dental needs for adults and children alike. 

The Department of Dental and Maxillofacial Surgery offers services for treating various dental, oral, and facial conditions from routine dental care such as dental hygiene, aesthetic dentistry, and restorative and root canal therapy to maxillofacial prosthetics, periodontics, treatments for temporomandibular disorders (TMDs), misaligned jaws, impacted wisdom teeth, oral reconstructive surgery, and cancers of the head and neck. Our aim at Meitra Hospital is to offer patients quality treatment through a painless and safe experience, using the latest advancements in dental technology.

The Department coordinates patient care with physicians in other specialties, such as plastic and reconstructive surgery, ENT, radiation oncology, and medical oncology as needed.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How do I prevent cavities?

Regular dental visits, oral hygiene habits, and flossing are key to maintaining good oral health and protecting your teeth from damage.

Is Maxillofacial Surgery medical or dental?

Maxillofacial surgery is a unique specialty that merges medical and dental sciences. This branch of medicine encompasses procedures that treat trauma, defects, and diseases affecting the functional and aesthetic aspects of the head and neck, except for the brain. 

What are common dental and oro-facial surgeries?

● Wisdom tooth Extraction.

● Facial Injury and Trauma Surgery

● Oral, Head, and Neck Cancer Treatment

● Corrective Jaw Surgery

● Cleft Lip and Palate Surgery

● TMJ Disorder and Facial Pain Treatment 

What is plaque?

Plaque is a sticky film over the tooth, made from leftover food particles and saliva that mix in your mouth. If you don't brush properly after meals, it begins to develop and build up on your teeth. This can contribute to tooth decay and gum disease.

When do I see a dentist?

You may be unaware that a cavity has formed. Therefore, dental check-ups are important, even when you do not feel pain. However, if you experience a toothache or mouth pain, see your dentist as soon as possible.